The Ireland Wildlife Film Festival is the first of its kind in Ireland and seeks to bring stories of conservation and species preservation to the big screen while also striving to create a community of filmmakers and audience members who care deeply about environmental issues.
Today we are witnessing habitat destruction and extinction at rates never before seen on our planet. Now, more than ever, it is of the utmost importance to advocate for the well being of the earth and our neighboring species. By coming to the Ireland Wildlife Film Festival you can take part in the historic inaugural year of the festival and come help foster a community of like minded environmentalist and filmmakers.
The event will take place in the Boole Theatre Complex on University College Cork’s campus..
Screenings will begin at 10:00 am and will run throughout the day until 7:00 pm.
The event is free and open to the general public. All non english films will have subtitles and all ages are welcome to attend the event. Please keep in mind that films may feature animal violence and/or content relating to animal cruelty.
Interested Parties can visit our website for information about the schedule and the films to be showcased at www.irelandwildlifefilmfestival.com.